Division 38 Official Newsletter of Key ClubPacific Northwest DistrictDivision 38Issue 4
Greetings! A.G. West Black Hills-Capital-North Thurston-Olympia-River Ridge-Shelton-Timberline-Tumwater-WAVA
Hello Division 38! First off, I would like to wish everyone a happy 4th of July! I hope you all spent it with friends and family In this Issue and had lots of fun! Greetings………………...2 Even though this month has ICON recap…………...3-4 barely started, I have already Key Dates…………….….5 learned so much! I attended Key International Board…….6 Club International Convention Star Award…….…………7 from June 29th to July 8th. During Club Spotlights……….....8 the convention I attended District Projects/Sponsors…..9 workshops that provided me with Contact Info……………10 resources to make our division even stronger! I plan on sharing all that I have learned in this newsletter and at the next Divisional Council Meeting. I encourage you all to attend next year’s ICON which is going to be in Washington D.C. Attending ICON has honestly been one of the best decisions I have made; I met so many great people and Key Clubbers from all over the world and learned so much! Anyways, I hope all of your summers are going great so far! Remember that if you need anything or just want to talk you can always contact me! In Caring Service, Linsie Michaels
international convention 2012 recap orlando, florida
Days 1 and 2: Disney World After a long, 6 hour flight we headed over to Disney Worldâ€™s Magic Kingdom for a day of fun! We also went to Animal Kingdom and Epcot for the Youth Education Series!
Day 3: Universal
On the 3rd day of our tour we went to Universal Studios (Harry Potter World) to explore! Later that night we went to Epcot to view a fireworks show!
Day 4: Animal Kingdom On the 4th day we went to Animal Kingdom again to ride Mt. Everest and go on a Safari ride! In the evening we watched early 4th of July fireworks at Magic Kingdom!
icon recap continued orlando, florida Day 5: ICON begins! International Convention began with Meet and Greet, which allowed us to meet Key Clubbers from all over the world and trade pins with different districts!
Day 6: Caucusing The 2nd day of ICON consisted of opening session, Caucusing, and the Eliminate dance!
Day 7 and 8: Workshops/Service Fair The next two days of ICON consisted of workshops like the Hersheyâ€™s Track and Field Games, the service fair, and the House of Delegates where we voted and debated on amendments and candidates for the International Board.
Day 9 and 10: ICON ends and Disney!
ICON ended with a closing session where the new International Board was announced! Both our districtsâ€™ candidates for International Trustee were elected! Then to end the night there was the 80s Neon dance! The ICON tour ended with a day shopping at Downtown Disney, playing games at Disney Quest, and a 6 hour flight back home to Washington state. 4
July Divisional Council Meeting When: Saturday, July 21st Time: 12:30 pm â€“ 2:30 pm Where: Tumwater Historical Park (777 Simmons Lane SW, Tumwater, WA 98501) Itâ€™s a picnic! I need one person to bring drinks and another to bring snacks (chips, fruit, etc.)! The rest of you should bring a few dollars to help pay for the pizzas!
Seattle Rally! When: August 13, 2012 Time: 9:00 am-4:00pm Where: Kent-Meridian High School (10020 SE 256th St. Kent, WA 98030) Theme: Fun, Sun, and Service! This mini DCON is a great time to meet Key Clubbers from all over the Seattle Area! It is also an opportunity to receive officer training, take part in workshops, learn ways to improve your home club, make new friends, meet new people, and have fun!
SAVE THE DATES! DCMs: 3rd Saturday of the month Mt. Hood Key Leader: Oct. 5-7 th Secretary Reports: 5 of each month DCON 2013: March 21-24, 2013 Seattle Rally: August 13th, 2012 5
International Board, 2012-2013 International President: Rebecca Riley Goals -Acquire $100,000 in corporate sponsorships to bolster attendance at and enhance ICON 2013 through scholarships and sponsors. -Make keyclub.org more navigable and accessible to the general membership -Secure the president or vice president of the U.S. to attend ICON 2013 in D.C. -Partner with Kiwanis in their fight to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus worldwide by educating and involving Key Clubbers
International Vice President: Caitlin Stroup Goals -Monthly communication with governors -Governorsâ€™ input on International Board decisions -Regular communication with Circle K and Kiwanis International Boards -Enhance committees -Aid districts-in-formation which donâ€™t have an International liaison -Assistance to chartering clubs with resources -Reach members through social media
International Trustees: Marc Chen, Cecilia Ferguson, Yein Ha, Kayla Lash, Calvin Leung, Ratan Manohar, Colten Meisner, Joel Nomdarkham, MaryAlice Peng, Betty Stearns, Jack Vielhauer 6
River Ridge High School! Congratulations to River Ridge High School for receiving this monthâ€™s Star Award! River Ridge won the Star Award this month for their dedication and hard work in Key Club through the summer so far! They have participated in a highway clean up and have worked closely with the Kiwanis! They have also contacted me regularly, have attended DCMs, and have assisted me when necessary! Good job River Ridge; keep up the great work and service!
July Riddle: You answer me, although I never ask you questions. What am I? Email/text me your answer for points! 7
Club Spotlights! Olympia High School OHS just finished Relay for Life. They raised over $1,000 to donate to the American Cancer Society! They are also helping out the Kiwanis at Lakefair by selling/making roast beef sandwiches!
Capital High School CHS worked together with OHS during Relay for Life! CHS also has been holding garden work parties to help the Kiwanis with their gardens! They are also helping the Kiwanis with roast beef sales and Lakefair!
Do you want your club to be featured in the Club Spotlight section? Send me an email telling me what your club has been up to OR add me to your clubâ€™s Facebook group, so I can see what events your club is participating in!
District Projects and Sponsors!
The Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program is our district’s official supported project! This program raises money to help fund cancer research and supports the Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program in Portland, OR. Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program in Seattle, WA and the Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program in British Columbia and the Yukon. Through this, we can help raise awareness of cancer and fight to find a cure!
Hershey’s Track and Field Games is Key Club’s new sponsor for this year! It is the largest youth sports program in the United States and Canada! It’s an event that teaches kids that real victory is beating yourself, not others; the real victory is doing what they thought wasn’t possible and having fun! You can volunteer at an event or even host one in your community!
With The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year. The effects (hidden word: eliminate) of the disease are excruciating — tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. It only takes $1.80 to vaccinate three people!
Contact Information Executive Board
Andy Nguyen Convention Chair email@example.com
Giovanni Mckenzie District Governor firstname.lastname@example.org Cole Hickman International Trustee email@example.com Kelsie Hoppes District Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenneth Lam District Treasurer email@example.com
John Jay District Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Bassel Hamieh District Bulletin Editor email@example.com
Suzanne Endroedy Assistant District Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Division 38 Linsie Michaels Lieutenant Governor email@example.com cell: (360)481-1544 home: (360)352-4086
Dick Rust Area Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
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